Project #33536 - Quiz

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·         This exam has 13 problems; each problem is worth 5 points for a total of 65 points, which will be converted to a 100 point grading scale. (ex: 65/65 is 100%)

·         This exam is open book and open notes. This means that you may refer to your textbook, notes, and online classroom materials, but you may not consult anyone. You may take as much time as you wish, provided you turn in your exam no later than the due date posted in the course schedule of the syllabus.

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Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.  You must show how you determined the solution.

Solve.

1)  A town's population in 1976 was 181,291. By the year 2000 it had increased by 26,775. How many people lived there in 2000?

Find the perimeter.

2)

2 centimeters          8 centimeters

12 centimeters               12 centimeters

5 centimeters

14 centimeters

3)   _______

Solve.

3)  As part of homecoming festivities the student organizations are selling donuts. The fraternities have sold 456,123 donuts; the sororities have sold 111,112 donuts; the band members have sold 246,321 donuts; and the athletes have sold 351,056 donuts. Have they reached their goal of 1 million donuts sold? If not, how many more donuts need to be sold?

Find the perimeter.

4)

Simplify.

5)

Solve.

6)  In 1997, Little City Productions produced and sold an unknown number of its Little City Collectible Bears.  In 2001, the number of these bears produced and sold had dropped by 28 percent to 5,780.  What is the number of bears produced and sold in 1997? Round to the nearest tenths).

Write the sentence as an equation. Use x to represent "a number."

7)  Four times the sum of a number and -52 is equal to -24.

Solve the equation.

8)  = 36 – 56

Solve.

9)  Eight times the difference of 8 and a number equals 136. Find the number.

Solve the equation.

10) 8x - 1 - 5x + 7 = 7x - 4x + 3

Solve the inequality.

11)  30x - 12 > 6(4x - 5)

Use the distributive property to write the sum as a product.

12)     (-1) âˆ™ 6 + (-1) âˆ™ f

13.  Hint:  Use the distance formula to solve the following:

 Subject Mathematics Due By (Pacific Time) 06/22/2014 12:00 am
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